CHICAGO — St. Sabina is giving away food and toys to hundreds of people who are homeless on Christmas.
The community will provide gifts, food and care to those in need in honor of the holiday, according to a news release. It expects to help more than 500 people.
“This tradition of St. Sabina to serve and feed our brothers and sisters who are presently in a struggling situation is the true meaning of Christmas, to bring hope and love to a hurting world,” said Father Michael Pfleger in the news release.
All of the food will be homecooked from members of the community and the hall of St. Sabina Academy will be decorated to look like a “winter wonderland” for the occasion.
The event begins noon Tuesday at St. Sabina Academy, 7801 S. Throop St.